Brett Molina, USA TODAY

Brett Molina

USA TODAY

Vienna, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Brett:

Facebook may hide anti-vaxx posts after it's accused of spreading fake health news

Parents pushing anti-vaccination messages on Facebook might soon have less traction on the social media site as it takes steps to reduce fake news. → Read More

A Texas trophy hunter reportedly paid $110K to kill a rare mountain goat in Pakistan

A Texas man paid $110,000 to hunt a rare mountain goat called the markhor in Pakistan, according to reports. PETA and other groups are reacting. → Read More

Rare black leopard captured in incredible photographs

The San Diego Zoo confirmed a rare black leopard, sometimes called black panther, was spotted using remote cameras at a wilderness camp in Kenya. → Read More

Rare black leopard captured in incredible photographs

The San Diego Zoo confirmed a rare black leopard, sometimes called black panther, was spotted using remote cameras at a wilderness camp in Kenya. → Read More

Chimpanzees escape Belfast Zoo enclosure with makeshift ladder

A chimpanzee escaped an enclosure at the Belfast Zoo after using a branch as a makeshift ladder, according to local reports. → Read More

More than 40 percent of insect species declining, could have 'catastrophic' results, study says

More of than 40 percent of insect species are declining, creating potentially 'catastrophic' consequences for the planet, says a study. → Read More

Key players in the explosive Jeff Bezos-National Enquirer battle

Jeff Bezos, Lauren Sanchez, MacKenzie. David Pecker, Gavin de Becker. These are the names to know in the billionaire vs. National Enquirer battle. → Read More

What we know about Bezos' letter accusing National Enquirer parent of blackmail

On Thursday night, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos published a letter accusing the parent company of the National Enquirer of blackmail. Here are 6 takeaways. → Read More

This cat was found 'frozen and unresponsive' in snow. An animal hospital saved her life

A cat was found frozen in the snow near her owners' home in Montana. Vets revived the feline using warm water, blow dryers and lots of towels. → Read More

This one health trend is increasing millennials' risks for cancer

A study led by the American Cancer Society finds cancers linked to obesity have risen among millennials in the USA. → Read More

Texas man dies after vape pen he was using exploded, medical examiner says

A 24-year-old Texas man died after the vape pen he was using exploded, said a report from the Tarrant County medical examiner's office. → Read More

Texas man dies after vape pen he was using exploded, medical examiner says

A 24-year-old Texas man died after the vape pen he was using exploded, said a report from the Tarrant County medical examiner's office. → Read More

Lock of George Washington's hair sells at auction for more than $35,000

A lock of George Washington's hair was sold at auction by the family of Alexander Hamilton for more than $35,000. → Read More

Oceans will become more blue and green by end of century due to climate change, study suggests

The world's oceans will start looking even more blue and green by the end of the century, a study out of MIT suggests. → Read More

'Superb owl' always trends ahead of the big game. Here's why

This weekend is not just a great time for Super Bowl fans, but lovers of superb owls. This is why the latter term trends ahead of Sunday's game. → Read More

The universe's dark energy may be growing stronger with time, study suggests

Dark energy, a mysterious invisible force believed to play a role in how the universe expands, may be growing stronger over time, according to a new study in the peer-reviewed British journal Nature Astronomy. → Read More

A lot of employees will be out of work Monday with 'Super Bowl Fever'

An estimated 17.2 million Americans will not be at work the Monday after the Super Bowl, which has been dubbed 'Super Bowl fever.' → Read More

Nearly half of Americans have heart disease, study says

At least 48 percent of American adults have some form of cardiovascular disease, said a study from the American Heart Association. → Read More

'Dangerous' Antarctic glacier has a hole roughly two-thirds area of Manhattan, scientists warn

Cavity roughly two-thirds the size of Manhattan is growing under Thwaites, described by scientists as world's most dangerous glacier, per a NASA study. → Read More

Mom dies falling down stairs at NYC subway station as officials seek better accessibility

NYC officials want better accessibility at subway stations after a mother holding a stroller died after falling down the stairs. → Read More